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Music apps

Post by Diplomat » Thu Dec 22, 2011 8:04 am

Anyone using iPhone apps?

New Dylan app looks interesting

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Re: Music apps

Post by Bandeapart » Fri Dec 23, 2011 3:18 am

For music making:

GuiTune Lite
Metronome
Drums!
Garageband
Animoog (Moog touch synthesizer)

For music Streaming:

Spotify
Last.FM
Pandora
Downcast (podcast app)
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Re: Music apps

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Re: Music apps

Post by whiteyanderson » Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:16 am

I recently got the iRig interface and amplitube app. Really helps for silent practices so I don't disturb anyone. The iRig interface was only $25. Kind of crazy to plug a LP into an iPhone. I mean it's definitely not the BEST sounding thing in the world, but I have to say it's pretty effective for what it is - a headphone amp. The amplitube iPhone app in itself kind of sucks, but I found another one caled JamUp that works with the iRig and it's pretty damn good.

I just got the AniMoog today matter of fact. It's really cool and is on sale right now for .99 cents vs. $9.99.
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Re: Music apps

Post by the gray area » Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:35 am

I have the Peavey Amp kit link & soft ware, works fairly well & sound isn't bad for what it is & silent practice.
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Re: Music apps

Post by myboss57 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:31 pm

Thereminator app - kind of just fun to play around with and make weird spacey theremin sounds.
Pandora Radio
Slacker Radio
A chord app that I can't remember the name of

I may have to look into that AniMoog thing, and iRig too! Thanks.
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Re: Music apps

Post by ianwrecked » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:36 pm

Buy Animoog! Very, VERY cool. One of those music apps that you could sink countless hours into and feel great about it.
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Re: Music apps

Post by Thinline_slim » Wed Jan 04, 2012 2:38 pm

For those with the AmpKit or iRig interface I'm almost positive you can run both softwares with it. I have the full Aplitube app plus the free Fender and Free Ampkit apps.

I just picked up a SynthStation 25 for $64 (and there are a few cheaper places to go) which is a 25 key keyboard that takes the iPhone/iPod as the software. It's also a midi controller if you get tired of the i-stuff. I thought for a total of $65 and two apps that should keep me entertained for a while.
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Re: Music apps

Post by Tango » Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:32 pm

Guitar toolkit. Use the tuner loads.
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Re: Music apps

Post by jason41224 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 10:24 pm

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Re: Music apps

Post by whiteyanderson » Fri Jan 06, 2012 10:11 am

Thinline_slim wrote:For those with the AmpKit or iRig interface I'm almost positive you can run both softwares with it. I have the full Aplitube app plus the free Fender and Free Ampkit apps.
I think you can use the Ampkit with amplitube, but the iRig with the AmpKit software sounded terrible when I tried it the other day. Maybe I didn't mess with it enough though. I'm curious to see if anyone has amplified the animoog app though. That thing is awesome. We have an iPad here as well and I could really do some interesting stuff with that app.
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Re: Music apps

Post by myboss57 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:53 am

Damn, tried to get on that AniMoog thing - but you need at least an iPhone 4G. I only have the piddly 3GS as of now. :(
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